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Sometimes, getting over pain and betrayal means Getting Up, Getting Even and Getting a Better Man.
Astrid has planned out her perfect wedding. That is before she found out that her fiancé, Bryan, is cheating on her with her cousing-slash-best-friend-slash-maid-of-honor, Geena. And worse, Bryan got Geena pregnant.
Just when Astrid thought it couldn’t get any worse, she received a wedding invitation telling her that her wedding will happen exactly the way she planned it. Except that she is no longer going to be the bride!
So when her parents urged her to attend the wedding “as family”, she planned the perfect revenge.
She will put on a show for everyone to see. She’ll show them that she moved on with a better man—handsome, smart, rich and crazy about her.
She’s even willing to pay a guy to be her “Knight in Shining Armani”.
Then she met bartender, Ryder. Totally smoking hot and quite a charmer. Astrid thought he was perfect for the job.
He pulled off the role quite well. Soon, her family thinks that Astrid was really with a smoking hot guy who wears Armani suits on a daily basis, drives a luxurious McLaren, and was totally in love with her.
Astrid invented the perfect guy every girl would kill to date, and every ex-boyfriend would hate to be compared with.
Or did she really just invent him?
What if she really did kiss a frog, or tamed a beast?
And that her quest for revenge was just the beginning of her happily ever after?